Sunday, July 1, 2012

Alphabetical List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies

[The version history of this list is at: Updates on the list of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies]
This list includes 1414 titles

Have you found a broken link in this list?  Let me know via the comments.

165 comments:

  1. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

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  2. You may add Habis from Dialnet

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  3. It is not less than the seven wonders of the world especially for the world of scholarship

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  4. It may be added "Circe" from scielo.org.ar

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  5. Congratulations on the initiative. Remarkable!
    You could also add the Portuguese Journal Humanitas (http://www.uc.pt/fluc/eclassicos/publicacoes/humanitas)
    and the new e-library of Coimbra University, called Classica Digitalia (http://bdigital.sib.uc.pt:8080/classicadigitalia_eng/).
    The access and download are free.
    Best wishes,
    Delfim F. Leão

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  6. Thanks Delfim. I have added those as well as Boletim de Estudos Clássicos

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  7. Thank you Serge. Byzantion (http://www.kbr.be/~tnazyb/) is a good journal but not available online open access, only by subscription.

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  8. Hello! This is amazing! Thank you very much.

    Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik has some issues online:
    http://www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/ifa/zpe/

    Rheinisches Museum für Philologie can be accessed here:
    http://de.wikisource.org/wiki/Rheinisches_Museum_f%C3%BCr_Philologie

    and partly here:
    http://www.rhm.uni-koeln.de/inhalt.htm

    and Philologus also here:
    http://de.wikisource.org/wiki/Philologus

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  9. Great job!
    An addition:
    Cuadernos de Prehistoria y Arqueología de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid:
    http://www.uam.es/cupauam

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  10. Thank You!
    You could add to the list:
    Starinar
    http://scindeks.nb.rs/journaldetails.aspx?issn=0350-0241

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  11. Thanks Dragana. I have added Starinar and Zbornik Narodnog muzeja - serija: Arheologija

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  12. A new one in French
    Préhistoires méditerranéennes
    http://pm.revues.org

    and have a look on
    http://www.persee.fr/web/guest/home
    and
    http://www.revues.org

    for French Humanities and Social Sciences periodicals

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  13. Thanks for your comment Dom Com. I added Préhistoires méditerranéennes about a month ago (http://ancientworldonline.blogspot.com/2009/12/open-access-journal-prehistoires.html), and have all the pertinent titles from persee.fr and revues.org. Do you know of specific titles I have missed from those collections?

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  14. Dear Chuck,

    Could you add....Le Journal des Médecines Cunéiformes ?

    Sincerely,

    Brian Schmidt

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  15. Thanks for the comment Brian. Aside form the TOC at http://www.ames.cam.ac.uk/jmc/en.html I have not seen the journal online. If it is, I'lll happily add it.
    -Chuck-

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  16. Dear Chuck,

    Is it possible to add KASKAL?

    Brian Schmidt

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  17. Dear Brian,

    KASKAL is not available online. If it was, I would add it!

    -Chuck-

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  18. You may want to add the Newsletter of the Coroplastic Studies Interest Group. This is available via the CSIG website http://www.coroplasticstudies.org/newsletter.html
    Jaimee Uhlenbrock

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  19. Is it possible to find a link to "Anatolian Studies" from the British Institute in Ankara? I cannot access it through my school's JSTOR subscription, although it shows up in online searches as being in JSTOR.

    Thanks for your wonderful work in helping to make all these diverse works accessible to the public. It has been fascinating and enlightening.

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  20. Demetria, yes Anatolian Studies 1951-2006 (Vols. 1-56) is accessible to licensees at JSTOR.

    For the link see The Ancient World in JSTOR, where I list all journals in JSTOR with substantial representation of the Ancient World.

    If you really cannot gain access through your home institution, bring it to their attention.

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  21. Periodicals Archive online links to a couple of Ancient World Journals which are not on your list, like Athenaeum, Klio et al.:
    http://pao.chadwyck.co.uk/home.do
    Alexander

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  22. Thanks for the comment Alexander. Periodicals Index Online does indeed list many e-journals - it has 175 titles under the rubric 'Ancient Civilizations'. None of them are listed in AWOL's Alphabetical list of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies because they are not open access.

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  23. Brand new online journal on Public Archaeology: http://www.arqueologiapublica.es

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  24. It has recently come to my attention that open access does not mean non-peer reviewed. However, in reality, how many of these publications are peer-reviewed? 25%, 50%, more?

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  25. Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology: Abstracts (1988-2004; vols. 1-16) and Articles (2004-present; vols. 17-22). Sorted by volume/region/author/topic.

    http://www.scahome.org/publications/index.html

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  26. Hi,

    great resource, but I am having problems finding many of these tiles on ABZU. Only a small proportion of those tried are findable when searching ABZU by journal title. Am I missing something ..?

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  27. Thanks for the comment. Many of the journals listed here are outside the scope of Abzu, others just simply have not been added yet. Someday soon? I hope?

    -Chuck-

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  28. Thanks for listing our publication and for making this wonderful list!

    David Peterson
    Editor in Chief, Studia Antiqua

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  29. My pleasure! Will the first issue of Studia Antiqua ever be digitally accessible?

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  30. Just tried to get to the Bulletin Archéologique du Comité des Travaux scientifiques et historiques (at Gallica) through your link; thought you might know that it actually links to a different journal at Gallica. Here is a correct link: http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb327170958/date.r=bulletin+arch%C3%A9ologique+du+comit%C3%A9.langFR

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  31. Thanks Allison. I've made the correction!

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  32. Hy! I would like to send you a link of a Romanian periodical. Hope it will be useful

    http://www.muzeulbanatului.ro/istorie/publicatii/ab.htm

    Corina Nicolae

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  33. Here are some other Romanian periodicals withh free access. Thanks!

    http://revistapontica.wordpress.com/

    http://www.icemtl.ro/publicatii.html

    Corina Nicolae

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  34. There are a lot of online journals in Romania. In addition to the ones you've already mentioned, here are some of the ones that I know about it.

    The Romanian Journal of Archaeology.
    http://apar.archaeology.ro/rja.htm

    Revista Studii de Prehistorie
    http://arheologie.ro/activitate.html

    The national student journal BCSS. (Although it's a student journal it's refereed).
    Buletinul Cercurilor Stiintifice Studentesti - Arheologie-Istorie-Muzeologie
    http://civa.uv.ro/bccsa.html

    The university in Targoviste has published a few journal volumes that are now
    online here.
    Anale - Universitatea "Valahia" din Targoviste
    http://ccpa.valahia.ro/anale/

    The museum in Alba Iulia published online now and have abstracts from old
    articles here
    Apulum
    http://www.muzeuluniriialba.ro/apulum.php

    The university in Alba Iuila.
    Annales Universitatis Apulensis - Series Historica
    http://istorie.uab.ro/publicatii/colectia_auash/auash_prezentare.html

    The museum in Timisoara has some recent journals online.
    Analele Banatului
    http://www.muzeulbanatului.ro/istorie/publicatii/ab.htm
    others
    http://www.muzeulbanatului.ro/publicatii.html


    The university in Sibiu publishes books and journals online.
    http://arheologie.ulbsibiu.ro/carti.htm

    The museum in Sibiu also publishes online books and journals.
    http://www.brukenthalmuseum.ro/publicatii/01.htm

    There are publications of the National Museum in Bucharest here.
    http://www.mnir.ro/ro/Publicatii.aspx

    If you're interested in quaternary geology, palaeontology or geoarchaeology a good journal is Studia Geologia the journal of the Geology department at the university in Cluj.
    http://bioge.ubbcluj.ro/studia/

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  35. Congratulations and many thanks!
    Hasan Malay

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  36. Thank you, thank you, thank YOU, Charles! This is an absolutely invaluable list!

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  37. Great work! Also Estudios de Cultura Nahuatl and Estudios de Cultura Maya, both available from UNAM.
    http://www.ejournal.unam.mx/cuadros2.php?r=9
    http://www.filologicas.unam.mx/indices/estculmay_col.htm

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  38. Thanks a lot. It is really a feast to the mind.

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  39. There is an e-journal that you may want to add to the list
    Systasis - publishes articles related to antiquity and classical languages. It is published by the Society of classical philogists Antika from Republic of Macedonia and is available on www.systasis.org.

    Elena Dzukeska
    Institute of Classical Studies - Skopje

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  40. On my blog, I gather open access material related to the Black Sea in Antiquity. There are some online journals.
    http://spartokos.wordpress.com/

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  41. Thank you spartokos. I have added most of the journals you list, and an entry for your excellent blog.
    -Chuck-

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  42. Hi, I've just found a broken link: Studia Orontica.

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  43. Thanks. Yes, Studia Orontica's domain was taken over by pornographers. I've removed the links pending a resolution.

    Sadly, it is not archived in the Wayback Machine.

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  44. Other free journal:
    http://www.veleia.it/

    bye
    Alessandro

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  45. Thank you Alessandro. A have added it.

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  46. Please add the titels of journals hosted at http://www.compactmemory.de/

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  47. Compact Memory is a very interesting collection, I know it well, but the content does not relate to antiquity so far as I can see.

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  48. Broken link for the Journal of the Association for History and Computing. Here's the new link: http://quod.lib.umich.edu/j/jahc/

    Regards.

    Bertrand Gajeot

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  49. Another online journal is INDIANA (ISSN: 0342-8642)

    http://www.iai.spk-berlin.de/publikationen/indiana/bisherige-ausgaben.html

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  50. Hi,

    Annual of Medieval Studies at CEU
    is avaible at http://www.library.ceu.hu/
    direct link: http://goya.ceu.hu/search~S0?/i1219-0616/i12190616/1,1,1,E/l856~b1083001&FF=i12190616&1,1,,1,0/startreferer//search~S0/i1219-0616/i12190616/1,1,1,E/frameset&FF=i12190616&1,1,/endreferer/
    Its a bit hard to use, but works fine (the last five volumes are password-protected).

    Regards.

    Eleki Nándor

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  51. Thanks a lot!
    It helped me!

    Regardsss

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  52. you have a broken link for Mouseion. The link is now
    http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/mouseion_journal_of_the_classical_association_of_canada/

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  53. Thanks for the tip Spartokos. I have corrected the link and clarified the situation at http://ancientworldonline.blogspot.com/2011/08/open-access-journal-mousaion.html

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  54. A new one
    http://classics-archaeology.unimelb.edu.au/CAV/iris/

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  55. Segnalo Archeomafie, Rivista dell’Osservatorio Internazionale Archeomafie - IRCECH (International Research Center for Environment and Cultural Heritage)

    http://www.ircech.org/web/Default.asp

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  56. Thanks. I have now included Archeomafie. The link to the first volume is broken, can you assist?

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  57. Archeomafie vol.I
    http://www.ircech.org/public/ARCHEOMAFIEI.I.e_book_rid2.pdf

    Archeomafie vol. II
    http://www.ircech.org/public/ARCHEOMAFIE.II.e_book_rid.pdf

    Archeomafie vol. III
    http://www.ircech.org/public/ARCHEOMAFIE_III_e_book_rid.pdf

    Call for paper Archeomafie vol. IV
    http://www.ircech.org/public/ARCHEOMAFIE.CALL%20FOR%20PAPER.2012.pdf

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  58. Thanks! It seems to be working now from here.

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  59. The correct link for Studia Judaica is http://www.studiajudaica.pl/
    The one in the list is broken.

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  60. The link to HISTOS should be
    http://research.ncl.ac.uk/histos/index.html

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  61. Any chance that Proceedings of the Cambridge Studies in Classical Philolog or Liverpool Classical Monthly could ever be located/added?

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  62. IA's current OA content can now be found here
    http://intarch.ac.uk/open_access.html

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  63. Hello Charles,

    It would take me weeks to sift through all of these wonderful sites. I'm so glad I found you, especially considering I'm an archaeology/linguistic student myself. I love finding new resources for papers.

    I personally have a site called Ancient Digger (http//www.ancientdigger.com). It's been live for over two years now and it traces my steps into the field. I also like to publish my papers on AD so that others seeking undergraduate degrees can see how to prepare and what they have to look forward to.

    Thanks again for this amazing and educational list.

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  64. add the REAC - Revista Eletrônica Antiguidade Clássica from Brazil; in www.antiguidadeclassica.com

    thank you

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  65. It would be fine, if you can add TÜBA-AR (The Archaeological Bulletin of the Turkish Academy of Sciences)

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  66. I didn't know TÜBA-AR (and TÜBA-KED) were online. But I found and added them.

    Thnks for the tip!

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  67. Good evening, Charles! I'd like to suggest a review published in Brazil, called Kléos. Is it possible? It's from UFRJ (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro). The URL is this: http://www.pragma.kit.net/kleos.html

    Thank you for this wonderful work in ancient studies!

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  68. Hi Charles,
    Thanks for this impressive ressource.
    I would like to report that the links for Africa and Africa Italiana are both dead (one is forbidden - Error 403, and the other is lacking connection opportunity)

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  69. Thanks for the note Jacob,

    I think the Africa Ialiana outage is temporary. Africa was served from the website of the Ministère de la Culture et de la Sauvegarde du Patrimoine in Tunis. All the ministry websites are being revised. We;'ll see if it reemerges somewhere.

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  70. The periodicals which were available at http://periodici.librari.beniculturali.it/
    seem to have disappeared: these included Africa Italiana, and Notiziario Archeologico del Ministero delle Colonie
    Have they been relocated?

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  71. Yes, I have been aware that the journals at http://periodici.librari.beniculturali.it/ have been dark for some days. They do not seem to have been crawled by the Wayback Machine at the IA.

    A message at the host institution (http://www.archeologica.librari.beniculturali.it/index.php?it/141/news/17/avviso-al-pubblico-problemi-di-visualizzazione-dei-periodici-digitalizzati) reads: "07/12/2011. Si avvisano i gentili utenti che la visualizzazione dei Periodici Digitalizzati è momentaneamente sopesa a causa di problemi tecnici informatici. Ci scusiamo per il disagio"

    I have written and asked for a prognosis.

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  72. Hi Charles, how about adding HRCAK to your list? For us in Central Europe the Croatian science portal is extremely important, but I would not interfere with your ways of inserting the features in the list
    greetings
    Eleni

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  73. Thanks for commenting Eleni. I believe I have already included all the Hrcak (http://hrcak.srce.hr/) titles relating to antiquity. If there are some that I have missed, I hope readers will inform me. As a rule, I have not included the aggregation sites in this list, but perhaps I should?
    -Chuck-

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  74. This is the new link to ὅρμος: Ricerche di Storia Antica

    http://portale.unipa.it/lettere/hormos/

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  75. Thanks. I have updated the links to ὅρμος.

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  76. Hello Charles: The Journal des Savants is also in Persée for the years 1960-1999: http://www.persee.fr/web/revues/home/prescript/revue/jds

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  77. A new turkish review :
    ANADOLU ARAŞTIRMALARI JAHRBUCH FÜR KLEINASIATISCHE FORSCHUNG
    http://www.iudergi.com/tr/index.php/anadolu/index

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  78. Hi Charles. From Universitat de Lleida (UdL), Spain you could add their journal, Revista d'Arqueologia de Ponent (1991 - 2009):

    http://www.rap.cat/cast/index.php?pag=digital.php

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  79. Thanks Carlos. I have added it.
    -Chuck-

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  80. Dear Dr. Jones,

    The defunct Annual Review of the Royal inscriptions of Mesopotamia Project and the long gone Mitteilungen des Instituts fur Orientforshcungen (MIO) would be desirable additions, i think. A. Kirk Grayson's, long out of print, Babylonian Historical-literary Texts, where newly al of the cuneiform copies except for one fragment are published in that thin tome and SUMER , which has photos and line drawings of texts only in its annual. I should have bought Graysons a few years ago when I saw a copy for $75.00. Now some greedy knuckleheads have priced them at between 320-350. The MIO set at Penn. is as far as I know not any in Van Pelt as of 5years,unless Prof. Leichty took to the tablet room. Chuck, I bought a mint condition Ahhijawa-Urkunden about 9 months ago from Better-World Books for $6.50, it came from Penn. was officially discarded so it seemed to me because I worked there a long time ago. Guess who the last person was to check it out in 1991? Creepy, isn't it?I looked at their inventory but it seemed to be the only Penn. book in Indiana. I think the MIO set among other volumes probably went by similar routes.

    Sincerely,
    Mark Shindel

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  81. Dear Dr. Jones,

    Sorry about the typos. I had a neck fusion in which some portion of my right hand is still benumbed although i can move it and my fingers. the left is far worse with less mobility. I can't type either, but I never could. Grayson's Babylonian Historical-literary texts nearly all of the tablets except for one fragment are only published in that thin book. The MIO set at Penn. is as far as I know gone when I looked thoroughly in the stacks, closing stacks, along with searching the library's database Unless, someone took the set to the tablet room . They most likely had the same fate as the original near mint condition Ahhijawa-Urkunden I bought last year along with being the last to check it out about 20 years ago. With regards to the ARRIM volumes, as of January 2007 they were still available for purchase from Canadian Society for Mesopotamian Studies. They still were not expensive. I do not know why I did not get them. I was away for some time. I came back and looked only to discover that there was no CSMS website sometime around the beginning of 2009. I found the old printouts from 2007 and discovered that the CSMS site was back up last year offering its annuals and subscriptions for sale, but no ARRIM volumes. I have yet to get around to calling them. I probably will within the next couple of weeks. I was especially interested in Grayson's edition of the Puzur-Sin inscription with its only published cuneiform facsimile along with other articles. With SUMER, I swore I had more than one cuneiform copy of Postgate's drawing of Tigleth-pileser III's Mili Mergi rock inscription. Some things such as Mili Mergi I would have had more than one cuneiform copy along with having checked it off back in 1994 in the Tadmor volume I got in addition to other related material from 1994 to 1999 when I am sure that I had it and many other items too. I like what you, Prof. Tinney, and others have done to assemble this whole network. it has saved me some long trips. I wish this existed in the early 90's when I had 24hr days that never seem to have ever ended. I could had 3-4hours of sleep a night back then.it would have made some difference. Good Work, Bravo,Encore!

    Sincerely,
    Mark Shindel
    P.S. I never meant to be anonymous, I just don't want to sign up for any more cyber gismo's.
    I have a stupid question, how do I get a Url or whatever is needed which allows an institution subscription? The JIES told me that I could get their on-line subscription as an institution of one if I provided them with a URL code or other. I am done.

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  82. Dear Dr. Jones,

    Do you know if "The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology" will become available for AWOL as an open-access journal? Thank you for your time and work on this great blog and wonderful links.

    Be Well,
    Demetria Nanos

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  83. It seems very unlikely, but JEA is available online via JSTOR to members of the EEA. See my posting at
    http://ancientworldonline.blogspot.com/2009/06/access-to-journal-of-egyptian.html

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  84. http://www.mom.fr/bulletin_loret/liste_bulletins.php
    Sir,
    This open-access journal could represent in your very useful list.
    Very cordially.

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  85. Hi, Charles!
    From the University of Málaga, Spain, you could add these two journals:
    Thamyris
    http://www.thamyris.uma.es/

    Analecta Malacitana
    http://www.anmal.uma.es/

    Thanks for AWOL, certainly an impressive ressource.

    Juan Francisco Martos, UMA-Spain

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  86. gorgian Antiquities' link
    http://draft.blogger.com/51/http://www.heritage.ge/sizveleni_e.html
    does not work

    thanks for your work indeed
    Leo

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  87. Africa [click and scroll down to Bibliothèque Numérique] takes me to a "forbidden" page. Thank you.

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  88. Bulletins et Mémoires de la Société d’Anthropologie de Paris is available as follows 1859 - 1999 on Persée, 2000 - 2010, at http://bmsap.revues.org/ with a three-year moving bar. They seem to be with Springer from 2010

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    1. Yes, thanks. Bulletins et Mémoires de la Société d’Anthropologie de Paris is already listed above.

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  89. Did you try this one? stumbled around it last week and sent it, but it seems that it did not go through:
    Übersetzung anzeigen
    Revista » Portugal Romano
    www.portugalromano.com
    greetings
    Eleni

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  90. Dear Charles Jones:

    Studi e Materiali di Storia delle Religioni (SMSR)
    is available (1 (1925) - 42 (1973-76)) at:

    Dipartimento di Studi storico-religiosi
    Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"
    http://cisadu2.let.uniroma1.it/smsr/

    Thanks for your great work.

    Juan Rodríguez Somolinos
    CSIC - Madrid

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  91. Dear Juan Rodríguez Somolinos,

    Thanks, got it!

    -Chuck

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  92. Dear Charles,
    you can add now Voces, from the University of Salamanca and Napoli (formerly Salamanca & Caen). It is almost complete & free-access here:

    http://campus.usal.es/~revistas_trabajo/index.php/1130-3336

    Thank you for your impressive work

    David Paniagua
    Univ. Salamanca

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  93. does anyone has any idea of where to find the text of Archäologischer Anzeiger, year 1933?

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  94. Dear Sir,
    You will find a new review for your list on my blog http://spartokos.wordpress.com/2012/06/03/hyperboreus/
    Greetings

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  95. Thank you Spartokos. I'll add it this afternoon.

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  96. Thanks for your great work!

    A new link will be needed for the International Journal of the Platonic Tradition as it will close down on ingenta connect: http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/18725473

    Thanks!

    Greetings

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  97. Thanks and congratulations for your Herculean work.
    Can you add L'Africa romana? Thanks to the Sassari team too.

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  98. Thank you Alex. I've added Africa Romana.

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  99. http://journals.sub.uni-hamburg.de/aethiopica/issue/archive

    Aethiopica
    International Journal of Ethiopian and Eritrean Studies
    The journal focuses on history, archaeology, linguistics, literature, philology, manuscript studies, art history, ethnology, anthropology, religion of Ethiopia, Eritrea, and the Horn of Africa, their methods, and related issues.

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  100. Can you add "Littera Antiqua" www.litant.eu ? It's a Polish-English journal of Antiquity.

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  101. Hi,

    Could you please add the following periodical:

    Opuscula. Annual of the Swedish Institutes at Athens and Rome

    http://ecsi.bokorder.se/Opuscula.aspx

    Many thanks!
    /Jenni Hjohlman, editor

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  102. Thanks for letting us know about Opuscula. I've added it to AWOL.

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  103. Most of the Romanian journals, such as cercetari numismatice, are broken, and the Starinar link brings one to the wrong page.

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  104. Everything I checked worked except Cercetari Numismatice and
    Ovid, Myth and (Literary) Exile
    and those seems to be a temporary server issue.

    If there are others with problems, please let me know.

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  105. I am getting "page cannot be found" for Apulum. Acta Musei Apulensis.

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  106. Thanks for pointing that out. Starinar is now fixed. Reload or clear your cache.
    -Chuck-

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  107. Apulum is now fixed. Reload or clear your cache.
    -Chuck-

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  108. Dear Editor,

    Please find vol 1862-1938 of Revue d'archéologie at: http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb32856350w/date.r=hammurabi.langEN

    Bests

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  109. Dear Editor
    a Serbian publication
    http://www.ni.rs/byzantium/english.php?id=projekat#a
    Best wishes

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  110. could you please add
    http://www.uhu.es/publicaciones/ojs/index.php/arys/issue/archive

    Thanks!

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  111. Thanks for the suggestion. ARYS was already in AWOL, but I updated the entry today.

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  112. Dear Charles Jones:

    Parekbolai. An Electronic Journal for Byzantine Literature
    1 (1911) - 2 (1912) is available at:

    Department of Medieval and Modern Greek Studies,
    Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
    http://ejournals.lib.auth.gr/parekbolai/index

    Thanks once more for your great work

    Juan Rodríguez Somolinos
    Madrid

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  113. Thanks Juan Rodríguez Somolinos! Parekbolai is in AWOL.

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  114. Dear Charles Jones:
    Hierasus, a Romanian archaeological review is online here :
    http://www.cimec.ro/Biblioteca-Digitala/Biblioteca.html
    Thanks

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  115. Simplemente gracias.

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  116. Dear Dr Jones,
    I have had access to this great service only for a couple of months through SBL. It is a wonderful offer, far greater than anyone can fully use, with so many links, blogs, and so on. Thanks a lot!
    Yours,
    Mercedes García Bachmann
    Buenos Aires, Argentina

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  117. Dear Charles

    Could you please add
    Revista Numisma no.1-244

    http://www.siaen.org/

    Many thanks, this is a really useful list

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  118. Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies
    2nd issue just appeared
    http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_eastern_mediterranean_archaeology_and_heritage_studies/

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  119. Thanks Aayko, yes it appeared this week, but it isn't an open access journal, and therefore won't be in this list. But it's a welcome new addition to the library

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  120. Dear Charles Jones:
    a polisch publications Recherches Archéologiques :
    http://www.farkha.nazwa.pl/RechACrac/
    Thanks

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  121. Thanks spartokos, I'll add it this afternoon.

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  122. Do you know if journals of CHIRON (Communications from the Commission for Ancient History and Epigraphy of the German Archaeological Institute) of Munich are available or could be made available here please?

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  123. To the best of my knowledge CHIRON is available only from de Gruyter: http://www.dainst.org/en/publication/chiron

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  124. Dear Charles Jones:
    a Romanian publications Rediva:
    http://rediva.ro/numere/
    Thanks

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  125. Dear Charles Jones:
    a Romanian publications Arheovest
    http://www.arheovest.com/symposium/arheovest_1.html
    Thanks

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  126. Dear Charles Jones,
    You might like to add TEKMERIA journal (http://tekmeria.org/index.php/tekmiria) dedicated to the study of the ancient world. The journal that has been recently updated to the OJS system, volume 11 (2012) has been published recently and is currently accepting papers for the next issue.
    Keep up the good work :-)

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  127. Thanks Euakos, I have updated the AWOL entry for Tekmiria: http://ancientworldonline.blogspot.com/2009/09/open-access-journals.html

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  128. Dear Dr Charles

    That is great deed, Thanks.
    That is weblog with list of Egyptian famous pharaohs http://famouspharaohs.blogspot.com

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  129. Dear Charles Jones,

    Thank you for including some of our eJournals (Historical Review, Tekmeria, Byzantina Symmeikta, Deltion of the Christian Archaeological Society).

    Could you please consider also including the latest addition to our open access peer-reviewed eJournals, "Eoa kai Esperia"?

    You can find all the information on the journal on its website, here:
    http://www.eoaesperia.org/index.php/esperia/index

    Thank you very much,
    Dr Alexandros Nafpliotis
    National Documentation Centre/NHRF
    Vassileos Konstantinou 48
    Athens 11635
    Greece

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  130. Thanks, I have added Εώα και Εσπέρια to AWOL:
    http://ancientworldonline.blogspot.com/2014/03/open-access-journal.html

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  131. Dear Mr. Jones!
    Our open-access journal "Dissertationes Archaeologicae" is online at http://dissarch.elte.hu

    Thanks,

    Dr. David Bartus
    Senior Lecturer
    Institute of Archaeological Sciences
    Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

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  132. Thanks! I'll include it in AWOL.

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  133. Dear Dr. Jones!
    Would you be so kind as to include our open access journal "Anales de Filología Clásica" from Instituto de Filología Clásica, Universidad de Buenos Aires in the list? The url is http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/afc/issue/archive
    and our page is at ifc.institutos.filo.uba.ar
    Thank you very much!

    Martin Pozzi
    Librarian
    Instituto de Filología Clásica
    Universidad de Buenos Aires

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  134. The link to Amphora appears to be broken.

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  135. Thanks for the comment. I have fixed the link to Amphora

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  136. Dear Dr. Jones,
    Some hungarian publications :
    Archaeologiai Értesítő http://real-j.mtak.hu/view/journal/Archaeologiai_=C9rtes=EDt==0151.html
    Archaeologiai Közlemények http://real-j.mtak.hu/view/journal/Archaeologiai_K=F6zlem=E9nyek.html
    Acta Antiqua http://real-j.mtak.hu/view/journal/Acta_Antiqua.html

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  137. Dear Dr. Jones,

    recently I saw, that the Akdeniz University of Antalya has also an online publication. It's called "CEDRUS - The Journal of Mediterranean Civilisations Studies".
    There has just two volumes been published.

    The current one can be found here: http://www.mediterra.org/yayinlar/sureli-yayinlar/cedrus

    Volume I here:
    http://www.mediterra.org/yayinlar/sureli-yayinlar/cedrus/arsiv

    Best wishes

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  138. Dear Dr Jones

    Your website is excellent. It provides a unique and invaluable service.
    Thank you very much.
    Best Regards

    Dr. Joachim E. Meabe
    University of Northeast
    Law School
    Institute of General Theory of Law (ITGD)
    Tucuman 644
    CP 3400 - Corrientes - Argentina
    URL https://unne.academia.edu/JoaquinMeabe

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